Cabo Luxury Yacht Cruises & Sport Fishing Reports

Cabo Luxury Yacht Cruises & Sport Fishing Reports
Owner Manager: Craig Leonard: Report 2/2/2014
Live Baja Now with Us!!!
Cruising La Paz & Espiritu Santo Island!!!
Do you Know about the Soccorro Islands!!!
Cabo San Lucas Sport Fishing!!!
Lobster Recipe!!!
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Cabo luxury Cruises is located in Cabo San Lucas, Mexico and we specialize in cruising and sport fishing in all of the southern part of Baja including Los Cabos, La Paz and trips up in the Sea of Cortez. Some of the activities you can book with us are Weddings, Anniversary, Corporate Events, Sport Fishing , Elegant Dinner, Whale Watching Excursion, or just a nice Sunset Cruise to the Arch at Lands End we offer multiple size Yachts and Cruisers customized for Cruising and Sailing to big game Sport Fishing.
We have been operating and booking Cruise and Sport Fishing trips in this area since 1978. Our main goal is to cater to your groups every need and make sure you have a pleasant experience here in Mexico without any problems. That is why when you call or contact us to arrange your trip you will be talking with me directly (Craig Leonard) and I will make sure your adventure will go the way you deserve. Calling this number you can talk with me about your plans in Los Cabos 724 648 3447. Take the time for yourself and your family to experience all that Los Cabos has to offer as life is too short not to enjoy so much of beautiful Baja California.
We will provide you with the best possible food and drink and many of our Yachts, come with a chef on board to fit your parties every needs. If there are special dishes you would like please let us know and we will arrange for the best possible catering services in Cabo.The rich local sea life allow us access to Lobster, Jumbo Shrimp, Scallops and some of the best varieties of fish for grilling in the world.
Cruising La Paz & Espiritu Santo Island!!!
Isla Espiritu Santo & Isla Partida Â? Easily the most popular cruising destination in the Sea of Cortez. In 1978 The Nature Conservancy designated Isla Espiritu Santo a protected area because it is one of the most ecologically significant and diverse regions in the Sea of Cortez. Both Espiritu Santo and Partida, two islands separated by a narrow channel, are designated Parks and require a $1 permit to land on the islands. While fishing is prohibited within a one-mile radius the island contains a variety of beautiful anchorages and a wealth of prime snorkeling, diving, and kayaking opportunities.
Distance from La Paz Â? 21 NM
Most protected anchorage Â? Caleta Partida (on the western side of the channel between the islands)
Â? Snorkel with sea lions near the sea lion rookery on Los Islotes
Â? Dive among three shipwrecks creating an artificial reef near Isla Ballena
Â? At high tide take a dinghy through the channel between Partida and Espiritu Santo and explore sea caves
Â? Anchor in the beautiful Bahia San Gabriel, which has one of the best white sand beaches on the island and great snorkeling around Punta Prieta on the north end. If you feel like a hike there is a trail leading from the San Gabriel beach to Playa Bonanza, a beautiful beach on the east side of Espiritu Santo.
Â? Stretch your legs on a variety trails that lead from the beaches and traverse the island, through beautiful desert scenery peppered with stunning ridge top views (the hike from Caleta El Candelero is our favorite).

Do you Know about the Soccorro Islands!!!
The Revillagigedos Archipelago, more commonly called Socorro is located in the eastern Pacific Ocean approximately 250 miles south of Cabo San Lucas, Mexico Â? at the tip of the Baja peninsula. These islands have been compared to the Galapagos Islands in Ecuador or Cocos Island in Costa Rica because of the big animal encounters they provide.
The Revillagigedos Islands consist of 4 islands Â? San Benedicto Island, Socorro Island, Roca Partida and Clarion. We simply call them Socorro. They are wild, remote and unpredictable and have been called the Mexican Galapagos. This area is famous for up close and personal encounters with the Giant Pacific manta ray, which can grow to 22 feet from wingtip to wingtip. WeÂ?ve been interacting with these gentle giants since 1992 and as a result of having worked with several manta researchers over the years, we have extensive IDÂ?s on most of them and special relationships with many of them. We absolutely do not chase or ride the mantas, and we allow our interaction with them to be initiated by the mantas themselves. We believe that their continued willingness to interact with divers is due to the respect we have shown for them over the years. San Benedicto is by far the best location in the world to experience and photograph these gentle giants. The feeling of a wild animal this large deliberately interacting with you is something you will never forget.
There are lots of sharks in the Revillagigedos Islands – hammerhead schools, white tips, silver tips, silkies, duskies, Galapagos and occasionally tigers.
We have encountered up to 7 species of sharks on a single dive! There are several hammerhead cleaning stations that we visit each trip, weather permitting. Whale sharks are a special treat at the islands, they find us in November/December and late April/May.
We also encounter pods of wild bottlenose dolphin on a regular basis and from January through March, these islands are home to a large population of humpback whales, that come here to breed and calve. We have observed several newborn humpbacks in the years weÂ?ve been fortunate enough to visit these remote and pristine islands. In the last few years the frequency of underwater encounters with humpbacks has increased dramatically. The scientists who visit the Revillagigedos Islands every year to study the migrating whale population tell us that after twelve years of encountering the SOLMAR V, the humpbacks now recognize our vessel and so the opportunity for underwater encounters improves. Add to the mix extremely large tuna (the world record yellowfin is from these waters), wahoo, thick schools of jacks and many other big critters along with endemic tropicals found nowhere else in the world, and you have the BEST BIG ANIMAL DIVING ON EARTH!!

Cabo San Lucas Sport Fishing!!!
BILLFISH: Marlin fishing has been pretty off and on all week from the Light House to Rancho Migrino is where fish have been caught and what they are hitting is live bait and lures. All fish are being landed from 1 to 4 miles offshore on the Pacific side. I am not saying we are catching lots of Marlin what I am saying is what we have caught was caught in those areas.
DORADO: This is the one bright spot of this past week with good numbers of Dorado being caught. Steady Dorado fishing this past week with most boats landing their fare share of fish. The hot spots for Dorado is up and around Rancho Migrino about a ½ miles off the beach all the way up to Golden Gate using lures, live bait and ballyhoo.
WAHOO: A drastic change in the Wahoo scene as we were really doing well last week and this week very slow for this excellent eating fish. Any fish caught this week were caught using rapalas and jet heads.
TUNA: I havenÂ?t heard of a lot of of Tuna being landed this past week. If you do run into them, I think you will have to run offshore about 10 to 25 miles to maybe run into them if you can find a school of Porpoise.
INSHORE: Well itÂ?s been a very different year this year as the fish that shouldnÂ?t be around this time of year is here (DORADO) and the fish that should be here ( SIERRA and YELLOWTAIL) isnÂ?t here.The Pangas inshore are just doing ok and it is on Dorado where they have been lucky. The Solmar all the way up to the Light House is where some Dorado is being caught. Slow Sierra and Yellowtail fishing and its disappointing since this is our season for them and we need them to roll back in and get us back to normal.
Baja Lobster Recipe!!!
A simple citrus sauce perfectly complements the lobster tails in this easy yet elegant entrée. Serve with warmed tortillas, lightly grilled green onions, and cold Mexican beer for a satisfying meal that’s just right for romantic evenings at home or entertaining friends.
Use kitchen shears or a cleaver to cut the rock lobster tails in half. Lightly char green onions alongside the tails on the grill. We like dousing the tails in Mexican hot sauce, such as Cholula, for authentic flavor. Serve with ice-cold Mexican beer.
Lobster: 6 (8-ounce) rock or spiny lobster tails
12 green onions
Cooking spray
1 tablespoon grated orange rind
2 tablespoons fresh orange juice
1 tablespoon fresh lime juice
1 tablespoon olive oil
1/2 teaspoon dried oregano
1/4 teaspoon salt
Dash of hot sauce
1 garlic clove, minced
2 tablespoons butter, melted
Remaining ingredients:
6 (6-inch) flour tortillas
Lime wedges (optional)
1. Preheat grill.
2. To prepare lobster, cut each lobster tail in half lengthwise. Coat lobster tails and onions with cooking spray. Place lobster tails, cut sides down, on grill rack coated with cooking spray; grill 3 minutes. Turn lobster; grill 5 minutes. Place onions on grill rack; grill 3 minutes or until tender.
3. To prepare sauce, combine rind and next 7 ingredients (through garlic) in a medium bowl, stirring well with a whisk. Gradually add butter, stirring constantly with a whisk. Drizzle sauce over cut sides of lobster tails.
4. Warm tortillas according to package directions. Serve with lobster and lime wedges, if desired.
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